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3 Misconceptions about Medical Billing Business Outsourcing

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#Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) is very necessary for the healthcare business. It is an important part for the success of any medical billing business. At the point when a facility outsources the administration of their income cycle, they endow an outside #medical billing company to handle coding, claim submissions, reimbursements, etc.
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Gloria Irene

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Medical Billing and Coding Expected to Grow Very Quickly

Employment opportunities for medical billing and coding professionals like technicians, coders, billers, etc. are expected to soar high now. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates a 22% hike in medical billing and coding jobs from 2012 to 2022, where the number of employment in the former is around 186,000 and 227,000 in the latter. Leading business magazine, Forbes reports the US healthcare industry is worth three trillion dollars in the beginning of 2015.#medicalbilling#medicalservices#healthcare
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Paul G. Hackett

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391 CPC-A's Need Your Help...

If you are an employer please consider helping a new coder get started.

They are the future and have already proven their commitment by completing the process of becoming certified. If you have full or part time openings, internships, contract opportunities, temporary spots, anything coding related please look at these candidates.

You do not have to register with us and there is no fee for contacting CPC-As. We are not a staffing or recruiting company.

If you are interested in helping new coders get started then click the CodersDirect link below and select the "Coder Search" tab and click on the CPC-A certification tab.

This opportunity was brought to my attention by one of my associates so I am posting it here with the hope that we can assist those that are new in our industry.

Paul
The MB, Coding & MT Mastermind
http://medicalbillingbiz.com/medical-billing-training/
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Have you seen PracticeSuite's FREE cutting edge Billing and Coding software? It's a game changer! www.practicesuite.com
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medical coding training and placement in hyderabad

We prepares you for a professional career Comprehensive Medical Coding/Medical Transcription training program provides you with the training and practical experience

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Joshi Medicode is one of the best medical coding training institutes in Hyderabad. Our training program provides you with the training and practical experience you need to develop the skills.
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jitendra A

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checkout few tips for CPT Code for tunneled central venous catheter in medical coding and learn about the common errors done while coding these codes.
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Paul G. Hackett

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Attention CCA, CCS and CCS-P Exam Candidates:
AHIMA Changes Edition of CPT Code Books Required for the Exam

On April 13, 2016, AHIMA updated the allowable CPT code book for the CCA, CCS, and CCS-P exams.

Beginning May 2, you must show up for your coding credential exam with the 2016 edition of the CPT code book published by AMA. For exams taken now through May 1, 2016, the 2015 edition of the CPT code book is required.

AHIMA indicated the exams have been revised to reflect the 2016 code set. There will be no beta period and exam results will continue to be available immediately.

The list of allowable code books are published on the AHIMA website (see "List of Allowable Code Books: ICD-10" in the right-hand column):

CCA: http://www.ahima.org/certification/CCA
CCS: http://www.ahima.org/certification/CCS CCS-P: http://www.ahima.org/certification/ccsp
(Please note the CCS-P exam will continue to require the 2015 edition of HCPCS Level II books.)

Here's to your success,

Paul
The MB, Coding & MT Mastermind
http://medicalbillingbiz.com/medical-billing-training/
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Sudha Vijay

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